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The cruise was excellent. We traveled as a family with several under the age of three (all in a family stateroom). It was a nice time to travel in Europe, and the ship provided excellent service. We were especially impressed with Royal Tots for our young ones, and the professionalism (and assistance) that the crew provided throughout our voyage with kids. They were always assisting with finding a table for breakfast or lunch, meeting our food allergy needs, or just helping us navigate the ship. We did have some issues with the shore excursions and how family friendly they were, especially since we had a small team of toddlers. The staff was very helpful though, and after our initial less-then-expected experience, made sure that the appropriate accommodations were made for our future excursions. Cruising in the fall made the temperatures on the lower end (50's and 60's), but it was enjoyable with the less busy port stops. We also were lucky to cruise the week before school holidays in most ports, which provided a lot of additional time for our younger children to experience all the ship had to offer.

Fall in Europe and Family

Navigator of the Seas Cruise Review by travelsize_02

Trip Details
The cruise was excellent. We traveled as a family with several under the age of three (all in a family stateroom). It was a nice time to travel in Europe, and the ship provided excellent service. We were especially impressed with Royal Tots for our young ones, and the professionalism (and assistance) that the crew provided throughout our voyage with kids. They were always assisting with finding a table for breakfast or lunch, meeting our food allergy needs, or just helping us navigate the ship. We did have some issues with the shore excursions and how family friendly they were, especially since we had a small team of toddlers. The staff was very helpful though, and after our initial less-then-expected experience, made sure that the appropriate accommodations were made for our future excursions. Cruising in the fall made the temperatures on the lower end (50's and 60's), but it was enjoyable with the less busy port stops. We also were lucky to cruise the week before school holidays in most ports, which provided a lot of additional time for our younger children to experience all the ship had to offer.
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Cabin Review

Cabin 9200
This was a perfect cabin for our family, and easily accommodated all of our young children and the adults that we had. The forward view of the ship was great, even though the window shade had to be closed at night. It was especially fun to be able to watch the ship navigate without having to go out on deck. The room has the standard two doubles that convert to a king, a foldout queen couch, and a small partitioned area with a set of bunk beds.
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